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Dabka

'Dabka': Tribeca Review

28-Apr-2017

Evan Peters and Barkhad Abdi star in a story of a Canadian journalist and Somali pirates which also features Al Pacino

The Circle

'The Circle': Tribeca Review

27-Apr-2017

Emma Watson and Tom Hanks star in this sci-fi thriller.

How To Be A Latin Lover

'How To Be A Latin Lover': Review

27-Apr-2017

An ageing gigolo gets his comeuppance in the latest from comic Eugenio Derbez, with Salma Hayek, Kirsten Bell, Rob Lowe and Michael Cera in support

Whitney Houston

Whitney 'Can I Be Me': Tribeca Review

26-Apr-2017

It may be unauthorised, but Nick Broomfield’s story of a beautiful diva’s descent into drugs is certainly respectful

Aardvark

'Aardvark': Tribeca Review

26-Apr-2017

Zachary Quinto produces and stars alongside Jon Hamm in this tale of family dysfunction

'Unlocked': Review

25-Apr-2017

Dir. Michael Apted. UK/US, 2017 128 mins

Thirst Street

'Thirst Street': Tribeca Review

24-Apr-2017

Dir. Nathan Silver. US/France. 2017. 83 minutes

My Friend Dahmer

'My Friend Dahmer': Tribeca Review

24-Apr-2017

Director Marc Meyers has a breakout hit on his hands with this graphic memoir-based drama about the serial killer’s early years, starring Ross Lynch

Abundant Acreage Available

'Abundant Acreage Available': Tribeca Review

24-Apr-2017

A North Carolina-set comedy-drama set on a farm starring Amy Ryan and executive produced by Martin Scorsese

The Lovers

'The Lovers': Tribeca Review

24-Apr-2017

Director Azazel Jacobs shows a lot of promise in this shrewd, if not altogether satisfying, Debra Winger-starring comedy for A24 

Permission

'Permission': Tribeca Review

24-Apr-2017

Modern Brooklyn-set romcom starring Rebecca Hall and Dan Stevens is lifted by a gay parenting subplot

Guardians Of The Galaxy 2

'Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2': Review

24-Apr-2017

Returning writer/director James Gunn turns Vol 2 into a family affair, and the Guardians are all the better for it

The Last Animals

'The Last Animals': Tribeca Review

23-Apr-2017

A former war photographer tracks the shameful ivory trade in a galvanising documentary which is a potent mix of film and message

House of Z

'House Of Z': Tribeca Review

23-Apr-2017

There’s no shortage of fashion drama to feed this documentary about couture’s former enfant terrible Zac Posen

A Gray State

A Gray State: Tribeca Review

22-Apr-2017

A highly-topical and resonant trip down the alt-right rabbit hole, produced by Werner Herzog

A Suitable Girl

'A Suitable Girl': Tribeca Review

22-Apr-2017

Dirs: Sarita Khurana, Smriti Mundhra. USA-India. 2017. 97 mins.

The Divine Order

'The Divine Order': Tribeca Review

22-Apr-2017

Marie Leuenberger plays a housewife turned activist protesting her right to vote in 1970s Switzerland

Son Of Sofia

'Son Of Sofia': Tribeca Review

22-Apr-2017

Filmmaker Elina Psykou’s second feature proves an unsettling coming of age drama

The Death And Life Of Marsha P. Johnson

'The Death And Life Of Marsha P. Johnson': Tribeca Review

22-Apr-2017

A sobering documentary looks at how transgender people have been treated as second-class citizens, even in the LGBT movement

Shadowman

'Shadowman': Tribeca Review

21-Apr-2017

A documentary about the 1980s New york graffiti artist Richard Hambleton is intense and involving

Holy Air

'Holy Air': Tribeca Review

21-Apr-2017

A Nazareth local schemes to sell bottled holy air to visiting pilgrims in this Israeli comedy

King Of Peking

'King Of Peking': Tribeca Review

20-Apr-2017

Australian filmmaker Sam Voutas’ second Chinese-set feature tells of a father and son who team up to sell bootleg DVDs

Unforgettable

'Unforgettable': Review

20-Apr-2017

Katherine Heigl’s turn as a divorced bunny-boiler for first-time director Denise Di Novi is trashy, retro fun

Ice Mother

'Ice Mother': Tribeca Review

19-Apr-2017

Late-life love and second chances form the crux of this warm, sensitive feature from Bohdan Slama

Born In China

'Born In China': Review

10-Apr-2017

Disneynature’s latest documentary tells a year in the life of China’s diverse wildlife

Going In Style

'Going In Style': Review

6-Apr-2017

Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin team-up as desperately broke retirees who plan to rob a bank

Walk With Me

'Walk With Me': Review

5-Apr-2017

Benedict Cumberbatch narrates this unusual documentary about a spiritual retreat in France under the guidance of renowned Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh

Aftermath

'Aftermath': Review

3-Apr-2017

A stony-faced Arnold Schwarzenegger comes up against Scoot McNairy in this grim psychological drama based on real-life events

Mine

'Mine': Review

3-Apr-2017

After Armie Hammer’s marine steps on a landmine in the desert heat, he has to wait 52 long hours before help arrives

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